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News archive: Mar

Friday, March 30, 2018

WVOEMS Communicate to the State Treasurer's Office Interrupted

WVOEMS is unable to communicate with the State Treasurer's Office at this time. No online payments are possible. All online applications are being saved, so that payment can be made after communications are restored. NO WARNINGS of this outage were give but all avenues to restore communication and to prevent his from happening in the future are being taken. A notice will be posted here and an email will be sent out in CIS when communications are restored. We apologized for the inconvenience, assure you this outage was out of WVOEMS control and appreciate your patience.

WVOEMS Communications Interrupted Update

I have been told the communications with the Treasures Office will be restored by 3 PM today 03/30/2018.

Tuesday, March 27, 2018

First Responder Network Authority News March 26, 2018

March 26, 2018— First Responder Network Authority News

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

firstNet weekly update March 19th 2018

firstNet weekly update March 19th 2018 Click above for more

Friday, March 16, 2018

Recognizing Outstanding Individuals and Organizations for Dedicated Delivery of Patient Care

The Office of EMS would like to recognize hard-working individuals and/or organizations for their dedicated and outstanding efforts in the delivery of patient care in West Virginia. If you know of an individual and/or organization who has demonstrated exceptional dedication, professionalism, and compassion click on the title above.

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Monday, March 12, 2018

Violence In Healthcare: Is It Really An Issue?

Overview: The safety of healthcare workers is a priority whether in the prehospital or hospital setting. This lecture will provide an understanding of the growing epidemic of violence against healthcare workers and how best to handle it. For more information please click on the title above.

Friday, March 9, 2018

6th Annual EMS for Children (EMSC) Pediatric Symposium March 28 2018

Overview - Pediatric patients present unique challenges and opportunities for Emergency Medical Services (EMS) field providers and emergency department (ED) personnel. Due to the specialty care required, this symposium offers topics specifically geared to the pediatric population and the emergency pediatric prehospital and/or acute care patient provider. For more information or to download the brochure, click on the title above.

Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Training

To provide effective and sustainable training for West Virginia pre-hospital field providers and acute care facility personnel in the care and recognition of infants exposed to substances during pregnancy who require treatment for Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) after hospital discharge. For more information or to download the brochure, click on the title above.

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Hazardous Material Training

The Division of Homeland Security and the WV State Emergency Response Commission have entered into an agreement with WVU Fire Service extension to provide Basic and Advanced HazMat classes for First Responders. Click the Link Above for More

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